The Network and Information Systems Directive is a piece of legislation enacted by the European Union to enhance the cybersecurity and resilience of critical infrastructure and digital services across member states. In this whitepaper, you will learn the background, changes and objectives of NIS2 and what to expect in terms of oversight. You’ll be able to see how your current cybersecurity program maps to the NIS2 requirements and learn how you can close the gaps.
The NIS2 Directive
The latest version of the Network and Information Systems Directive (NIS2), which has been adopted by the EU member states, imposes stricter enforcement of cybersecurity requirements throughout the union and ensures uniform sanctions. The directive will come into effect in 2024, which means that it will be mandatory for applicable organizations in the member states to comply with the new requirement.
Table of contents
01 What is the NIS2 Cybersecurity Directive?
02 Which sectors does NIS2 cover?
03 Does your organization fall within the new scope?
04 What requirements are placed on your organization?
05 Minimum measures you need to implement
06 What are the implications if you don’t comply?
07 Cybertrust can help you to comply with NIS2
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